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Ban it everywhere you can -- that would help

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Submitted by Alain Jean-Mairet (Switzerland), Jul 15, 2006 at 04:19

Ex-Muslims who have understood what Islam actually is should organize and support projects of outlawing of Islam in the West, where the law and Constitution can anyhow be brought into agreement. Not that it would obligatorily succeed, but it would greatly help to raise the consciousness of the problem where its propagation still can be stopped.

And most of all, it would bring the anti-Islam argument at a debate level where it would be much easier to clearly differentiate between Islam as a religion – with its sick ideology and laws – and Islam as a civilization, with its hundreds of millions of people, mostly young people today, who sure are able to get over it within a couple decades.

It the West clearly, officially, in justice, condemns Islam as a religion while supporting Muslims reformists (meaning who are dismissing the divinity of the scriptures), it would encourage a true reform within Islam.

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